Throughout the semester a number of special guests will work with the class to help develop an immersive experience powered by the Internet of Things and sensor-based technologies.
This year we’ll be collaborating with Wildrence, a performance space that hosts site-specific shows such as immersive theatre, escape rooms, and participatory installations.
They can be scheduled on Monday’s before or after class.
KEY DATESMondays 6 pm — 9 pm Saturday, September 21st Story I/O 10 am to 6 pm (Lenfest Center for the Arts) The following episode of the American Theatre Wing’s Emmy nominated series “Working in the Theatre” features the work of Columbia DSL and our Frankenstein AI prototype.
Wildrence is a tech-enabled space that harnesses the Internet of Things to create enchanting experiences.
Here’s a piece by the New York Times — *Please keep in mind this piece is focused on smart home applications of Io T.
In class, we’ll be applying the technology within an immersive storytelling experience.
The following is a living breathing document that will change over the course of the semester.
This fall I’ll be teaching Digital Storytelling III: Immersive Production at Columbia University School of the Arts. Teams of students work to design, build and deploy a digital storytelling experience which is staged for the public at the end of the semester.
The course combines project work, mentors, emerging technologies and collaborative methods to create a dynamic hands-on immersive environment that mixes story and code.